Matthew Walsh is an Anaiwan man from northern NSW.
He is the Executive Manager of Research at the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research at the University of Technology Sydney.
Prior to taking on his current role, he was the manager, Indigenous Employment within the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Leadership and Engagement) at the University of Technology Sydney where he was instrumental in positioning UTS as a leader in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Academic and Professional staff employment. As an expert in institutional change and Indigenous policy engagement and implementation, Matthew has also led a number of projects in the Government, higher education, corporate and not-for-profit sectors.Matthew is a member of the Museum of Contemporary Arts Indigenous Advisory Group.
Matthew is also a member of the Indigenous Peoples’ Organisation (IPO) Network Australia, a broad coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, organisations and individuals that advocate for the promotion and protection of Indigenous human rights at the national and international level and has on a number of occasions been a delegate to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII).
Walsh, M 2017, ''Wingara- Making our path sharing our journey.', at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) 2017.', World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2017, Toronto.
Walsh, M 2018, 'Te Hononga: International Business Research Symposium', NGÄ MANUHIRI TÜÄRANGI, ROTORUA, NEW ZEALAND.
Walsh, M 2014, 'Perspectives, Dilemmas and Possibilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment at the University of Technology Sydney', World Indigenous peoples conference on education, Honolulu.
Walsh, M 2017, 'What they wore at the races today', Rabbit. a journal for nonfiction poetry No 21 Indigenous, Rabbit, Melbourne.